I've been a reader on this forum for a while but haven't posted until now-- when I'm not sure what to do! I came back from vacation and found my speckled sussex had a maggot infestation around her vent. When I cleaned her off, I discovered she had something that looks like a mix between a prolapsed vent and gleet. She's been living separately from the flock in my basement peacefully, and she had gotten some pep back--I've been doing regular epsom salt baths and giving her yogurt. But her vent is obviously not healing itself and I don't know what to do.
What do you think? I'm grateful for any info and ideas. THANK YOU, forum friends! Here's a picture of her rear end after a bath: